ⓘ Versova, Mumbai

                                     

ⓘ Versova, Mumbai

Versova is an upmarket neighbourhood in the north western Mumbai. It is known for its beach and the Versova Fort. It was part of Portuguese India, which was part of the Portuguese Empire, until 1739, when the Portuguese lost this part of their empire to the Maratha Empire. The beach of Versova recently undertook a massive clean-up effort, labelled as the largest ever beach clean-up.

                                     
  • Versova may refer to: Versova Ghodbunder Versova Greece, a town in Greece Versova Mumbai a neighbourhood in Mumbai Versova Vidhan Sabha constituency
  • The Versova Bandra Sea Link VBSL is an under construction bridge in Mumbai Maharashtra, India. The 17.17 km bridge will connect Versova a neighbourhood
  • Line 1 of the Mumbai Metro, or the Versova - Andheri - Ghatkopar Line, is part of the metro system for the city of Mumbai India. The 11.40 km line is fully
  • road between the Western Suburbs and South Mumbai on the western sea front. The second sea bridge, the Versova Bandra Sea Link, is currently under construction
  • Versova is a metro station and the western terminus of Line 1 of the Mumbai Metro serving the Seven Bungalows, Yari Road and Versova neighbourhoods of
  • located in the Mumbai Suburban district. The number of electors in 2009 was 251, 940 male 138, 805, female 113, 135 Versova is part of the Mumbai North West
  • Seven Bungalows also known as Saat Bangla is a neighbourhood in Versova Andheri, Mumbai The area is said to derive its name from seven bungalows owned
  • turret Tower closeup Opposite side from Versova List of forts in Maharashtra Portuguese structures in Mumbai Archived copy Archived from the original
  • metro station on Line 1 of the Mumbai Metro. The Versova - Andheri - Ghatkopar Metro corridor of the Mumbai Metro project is an 11.07 km long double line corridor
  • Bandra, Juhu, Versova and Marve Beach. Hovercrafts used to ply between the Gateway of India in Mumbai and CBD Belapur and Vashi in Navi Mumbai between 1994
  • a 12 - station elevated line between Ghatkopar and Versova In June 2006, the first phase of the Mumbai Metro project was inaugurated. Construction work